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Informed choice of pregnant women regarding noninvasive prenatal testing in Korea: a cross-sectional study

Choi H

Purpose: This study explored the degree to which pregnant women in Korea made informed choices regarding noninvasive prenatal testing (NIPT) and investigated factors influencing whether they made informed choices. Methods:...
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Fetus Prenatally Diagnosed with Lobar Holoprosencephaly Postnatally Diagnosed with Simple Hydrocephalus with Good Prognosis: A Case Report

Moon H, Kim EH

Hydrocephalus is ventriculomegaly caused by an increased pressure of the cerebrospinal fluid within the ventricles of the brain. As uncomplicated hydrocephalus rarely has fatal outcomes, it stands in contrast to...
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Fatigue relief by aromatherapy use in prenatal and postnatal women: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Song JA, Yang H

Purpose: The purpose of this systematic review was to examine aromatherapy interventions for prenatal and postnatal women, and to determine the effectiveness of these interventions on fatigue. Methods: Six national...
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Comparison of infant mortality and associated factors between Korean and immigrant women in Korea: an 11-year longitudinal study

Kim KW, Nho JH, Kim S, Park B, Park S, Kang B, Kim SH

Purpose: This study compared infant mortality and the factors associated with infant mortality between Korean and immigrant women using vital statistics gathered by Statistics Korea. Methods: Birth and death statistics from...
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Group Antenatal Care: A Paradigm Shift to Explore for Positive Impacts in Resource-poor Settings

Gaur BPS, Vasudevan J, Pegu B

The delivery of high-quality antenatal care is a perennial global concern for improving maternal and neonatal outcomes. Antenatal care is currently provided mainly on a one-to-one basis, but growing evidence...
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Term Low Birth Weight or Macrosomia among Immigrant Mothers in Korea

Lee JE, Yoon HJ, Jang YR, Ko HS

Objective: The aim of this study was to analyze the relationship between maternal origin and risks of term low birth weight (TLBW) or macrosomia in Korea. Methods: Using Korean birth statistics...
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Prenatal nursing intervention studies published in Korean nursing journals: a scoping review

Kim SY, Kim HW

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to describe prenatal nursing intervention studies on pregnant women and their families published in Korean nursing journals to identify research trends and to...
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Key competencies for Korean nurses in prenatal genetic nursing: experiential genetic nursing knowledge, and ethics and law

Shin G, Jun M, Kim HK, Wreen M, Kubsch SM

Purpose: This study aims at determining the competencies of Korean nurses in prenatal genetic nursing. Methods: First, a 3-round Delphi survey was conducted to establish prenatal genetic nursing competencies. Second, a...
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Expansion of Health Insurance Coverage for Prenatal Care and Its Association with Low Birth Weight and Premature Birth

Kim EJ, Park HJ

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between the cost of medical care for pregnancy and childbirth and the birth outcome. METHODS: Using the Korean National Health...
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Correlations among Perceptions and Practice of Taegyo and Maternal-Fetal Attachment in Pregnant Women

Jang SY, Bang KS

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to examine the relationships among the perceptions and practice of taegyo (a traditional set of practices and beliefs related to healthy fetal development) and maternal-fetal...
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Grading System for the Management of Pregnant Women

Jeong H, Ahn KH

Several studies have reported adequate patient transfer to higher level hospitals according to the risk for improving perinatal outcomes. According to these reports, countries across the world divide the levels...
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Accessibility of Prenatal Care Can Affect Inequitable Health Outcomes of Pregnant Women Living in Obstetric Care Underserved Areas: a Nationwide Population-Based Study

Kwak MY, Lee SM, Lee TH, Eun SJ, Lee JY, Kim Y

BACKGROUND: As of 2011, among 250 administrative districts in Korea, 54 districts did not have obstetrics and gynecology clinics or hospitals providing prenatal care and delivery services. The Korean government...
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Korean physicians' attitudes toward the prenatal screening for fetal aneuploidy and implementation of non-invasive prenatal testing with cell-free fetal DNA

Kim SH, Kim KW, Han YJ, Lee SM, Lee MY, Shim JY, Cho GJ, Lee JH, Oh SY, Kwon HS, Cha DH, Ryu HM

PURPOSE: Physicians' attitudes may have a strong influence on women's decision regarding prenatal screening options. The aim of this study is to assess the physicians' attitudes toward prenatal screening for...
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Antenatal Corticosteroids and Clinical Outcomes of Preterm Singleton Neonates with Intrauterine Growth Restriction

Kim YJ, Choi SH, Oh S, Sohn JA, Jung YH, Shin SH, Choi CW, Kim EK, Kim HS, Kim BI, Lee JA

PURPOSE: We assessed the influence of antenatal corticosteroid (ACS) on the inhospital outcomes of intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) infants. METHODS: A retrospective study was conducted with singletons born at 23⁺⁰ to...
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Health-care Needs of High-risk Pregnant Women Hospitalized in Maternal-Fetal Intensive Care Units: A Mixed-methods Design

Kim H, Park H

PURPOSE: To identify the characteristics and health-care needs of high-risk pregnant women in maternal-fetal intensive care units (MFICU). METHODS: mixed-methods design was adopted. Data were collected from 78 high-risk pregnant women...
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The Association between Adequate Prenatal Care and Severe Maternal Morbidity: A Population-based Cohort Study

Nam JY, Park EC

PURPOSE: This study identified the relationship between adequate prenatal care and severe maternal morbidity among delivered women. METHODS: Data were extracted from the Korean National Health Insurance Service-National Sample Cohort for...
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Factors Affecting to Mother's Prenatal Care Utilization in Democratic Republic of Congo: Focused on Kenge, Boko Health Zone

Lee H, Nam EW, So AY

PURPOSE: This study aims to identify factors affecting more than four times prenatal care utilization among reproductive aged women in Democratic Republic of Congo. METHODS: This was a cross sectional study...
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Korean Immigrant Women's Taekyo Practices in the United States as a Traditional Prenatal Self-care

Lee KE

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to explore preserved belief system supporting Korean immigrant women's Taekyo practices and influencing factors while they observe the tradition within US sociocultural context. METHODS:...
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Effects of a Mobile Web-based Pregnancy Health Care Educational Program for Mothers at an Advanced Maternal Age

Wang HJ, Kim IO

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to develop a mobile web-based pregnancy health care educational program for mothers who were at an advanced maternal age (AMA) and to verify the effects...
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Pregnancy, Prenatal Care, and Delivery of Mothers with Disabilities in Korea

Lim NG, Lee JY, Park JO, Lee JA, Oh J

The aim of this study was to investigate the whole picture regarding pregnancy, prenatal care, obstetrical complications, and delivery among disabled pregnant women in Korea. Using the data of National...
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